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Sunrise MoonBlaster 1.4 for MSX was used for all this music. One FM-Pac and one MSX-Audio module. Two distinct sources of FM-Synthesis, and one LoFi sample channel, provide true retro 8-bit sounds, but polished in ways you may have never heard before. All running at 3.5 Mhz on a Z80 MSX 2. Sunrise MoonBlaster 1.4 for MSX was used for all this music. One FM-Pac and one MSX-Audio module. Two distinct sources of FM-Synthesis, and one LoFi sample channel, provide true retro 8-bit sounds, but polished in ways you may have never heard before. All running at 3.5 Mhz on a Z80 MSX 2.
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-Pieturp brings moody and calm, yet surprising melodies. Could it be called Ambient 8-bit Techno? It definitely brings back memories of all-gone demo scenes... 

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Sunrise MoonBlaster 1.4 for MSX was used for all this music. One FM-Pac and one MSX-Audio module. Two distinct sources of FM-Synthesis, and one LoFi sample channel, provide true retro 8-bit sounds, but polished in ways you may have never heard before. All running at 3.5 Mhz on a Z80 MSX 2.